Recent Examples of unplanned from the Web
Avoid a gaggle of small, same-size pots, which will look busy and unplanned.
The disruption comes at a time when wider crude flows from the North Sea have declined thanks to a mixture of maintenance and unplanned work.
That means money needed in excess of the department budget will require Law Director Gary Ebert and Mayor Gary Starr to ask council up front for additional appropriations for any unplanned litigation and related expenses.
Since this is long before some people realize they’re pregnant (especially if the pregnancy is unplanned), taking folic acid serves as preemptive protection of sorts, just in case.
Kelly’s weakened position in the White House is reflected by Trump’s chaotic behavior, which includes tweeting about an upcoming bomb strike against Syria that remains unplanned.
During that diversion, there will be no direct service between New York City and Chicago for the first time since Amtrak was created in 1971 — with the exception of unplanned disruptions, said Gary Williams, Amtrak’s chief engineer.
The shows started as unplanned live music in the brewery, but Wadlington ended up buying a sound system and booking bands.
Selling old scents at a premium is just one in a series of unplanned twists that have propelled Bedel into the unlikely role of cult perfumer.
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